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Organizational Change in Business Schools in Germany, Sweden and the USA
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ISBN-13:
9783824408054
Einband:
Book
Seiten:
288
Autor:
Heinke Röbken
Gewicht:
374 g
Format:
210x148x15 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

For the last centuries higher education institutions have been very enduring organizations. Nevertheless, they are now forced to rethink their strategies because of changes in their institutional environment.



Heinke Röbken analyses how American, German and Swedish universities - and particularly business schools - deal with the various expectations they are confronted with. She shows, how higher management education institutions change and how they translate demands from their institutional environment (e.g. from business recruiters, academia or government) into their internal organizational structures. On the basis of neo-institutional theory the author argues that a form of "institutional schizophrenia" can help institutions to comply with external demands without compromising the pursuit of academic reputation which is essential for their inner stability.
Historical development of Business Schools
Business Schools from a neo-institutional perspective
Changes in the institutional environment of Business Schools
Reputation and the establishment of a status hierarchy
Images of Business Schools
Strategic options for Business Schools
Isomorphism - The case of entrepreneurship-professorships
Implications for the management of Business Schools
For the last centuries higher education institutions have been very enduring organizations. Nevertheless, they are now forced to rethink their strategies because of changes in their institutional environment.Heinke Röbken analyses how American, German and Swedish universities - and particularly business schools - deal with the various expectations they are confronted with. She shows, how higher management education institutions change and how they translate demands from their institutional environment (e.g. from business recruiters, academia or government) into their internal organizational structures. On the basis of neo-institutional theory the author argues that a form of "institutional schizophrenia" can help institutions to comply with external demands without compromising the pursuit of academic reputation which is essential for their inner stability.

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